06 October 2011

B. Braun Café, Prague

An original café concept has managed to breathe new life into the Medical House in Prague. With the opening of B. Braun Café, the building has regained its original status. The intention of the Medical House, which dates back to the 1930s and is owned by the Czech Medical Association of J.E. Purkyně, has always been to bring together and serve the needs of the medical community. Offering conferencing facilities and office premises, the house now also serves as a space for personal meetings. The B. Braun Café is a social center, bringing together doctors and the general public over a cup of good coffee.

The café owes its modern design entirely to the famous Czech architect Eva Jiřičná, whose name has come up in this blog particularly in the context of the city of Zlín, where she is a native. The premises of the café are let by the leading manufacturer of medical products B. Braun.

The café is (understandably) non-smoking and your visit contributes toward the charity project Úsměv pro život (Smile for Life).

Photos courtesy of B. Braun café.


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